Wednesday, July 15, 2015

WOYWW 319 - In Memory of Eliza.

It's Wednesday which means that it's time to take a picture of my work area and share it on Julia's Stamping Ground.  Then I am going to go surfing from desk to desk to check out all the desks across the world.

Eliza, one of the dedicated deskers passed away suddenly this past week.  I will always remember her great pictures of Yoda and he always supportive comments on my blog.

Here is what my desk looks like:



I have been playing with my new Fuse tool and trying out a no line watercolor technique.  There are just so many things I need to do and so many things I want to try.  There's just not enough time in the day.  :-)

Thank you for stopping by the blog today.  Tune in tomorrow for some more summertime fun.

April

2 Timothy 1:7  For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline.

Please pray for the leaders throughout all the world that they be guided by a higher power and make decisions based on the good of all their people.

10 comments:

  1. I swear every time I look at your desk I see things I hadn't noticed before:)

    Hope you find time for all you want to do.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #28

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  2. You are so right that there never is enough time. I need to clone myself... and then send the clone to work so I can play all day! Lots of fun things to play with on your desk today. Is the fuse tool the thing that you seal sheet protector pockets shut with? Judy #51.

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  3. haha I am with Judy, I would send my clone to work every day so, you know there was the paycheck still coming in to support the stay at home and play me hahaha they had invasion of the body snatchers on tv last night. what are you making with the fuse tool? shaker pockets? ~Stacy #57

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  4. I am at home all day, trying to paint but I still don't have enough time. Hope you get to do all the things you want to. Love the little flowers on your desk.
    Von #11

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  5. No line watercolour technique sounds interesting. Looks like a lot of fun could be had in your craft room
    sandra de @55

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  6. Your desk looks very organised with everything at hand. I had to look to see what the no line watercolour technique was. Going to try that. I'm at home all day and believe me there's still not enough time in a day to fit in all I want to do. Barb#27

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  7. There are so many brilliant techniques, it's difficult to find time to do everything but sure you will keep trying. Love your desk set up.
    Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 30

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  8. Sorry to hear about your Desker friend, Eliza. Your desk looks like a creative mind sits behind it. I'm going to play with my Fuse tool this weekend, thanks for the inspiration.
    Happy crafting!
    Dee B

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  9. It looks like you've been busy. I just found out about the fuse tool, and it sounds like a handy one to have. Blessings!

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  10. Your desk does look very busy indeed! I think you have a great work area - it is large and so well organised. Plenty of space to spread out and try stuff!
    It is sad news about Eliza. A real shock to everyone too - she was so full of life and seemed such a joyful person. My thoughts have wandered to her family and dear friends this week, hoping they are coping and will find the comfort they need.
    Hope you've been having a good week. I'm finally getting round a few desks (it is only Monday!).
    Lizzie #61

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